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|Works||7:13pm on Thursday, November 4th, 2010|
|combo, space saver poor remote design, unstable dvd player. Combo is a space-saver Defect-prone and buggy remote|
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If your television is compatible with the remote control, it will switch off. It is now programmed to operate with the remote control.
If several codes are indicated for your television brand, try each one in turn until you find one that works. When you change the batteries in the remote control, you must reprogram the code, following the same procedure.
Button POWER INPUT
You can then control the television using the following buttons. Function Used to switch the television on and off. Used to select an external source.
VOL + or CH ( or
Used to adjust the volume of the television. Used to select the required channel. Used to toggle the sound on and off.
Insert Remote Control Batteries
Remove the battery cover by pushing down on the thumb tab and sliding the cover. Insert two 1.5V AA batteries as shown, paying attention to the correct polarities (+/). When finished, slide the cover until it clicks back into place.
The various functions will not necessarily work on all televisions. If you encounter problems, operate the television directly.
Basic Connections/Auto Setup
In this section, you will connect the DVD-VCR to your television and run Auto Setup, which automatically searches for channels and sets the players internal clock. NOTES: Advanced Connections are covered in Appendix A.
From Antenna or Cable
Even if you plan to use the S-Video or Component Video Outputs, you MUST connect the DVD-VCR to your television with either the standard RF or the Line Out connection. This enables you to operate the DVD-VCR setup menus.
Connect Antenna/Cable to DVD-VCR
Connect the RF antenna cable from your indoor/outdoor antenna or cable wall outlet to the IN (FROM ANT.) jack on the back panel of the DVD-VCR.
Connect DVD-VCR to TV
Choose one of the following methods to connect the DVD-VCR to your TV: RF Connection Connect the supplied RF antenna cable from the OUT (TO TV) jack on the back panel of the DVD-VCR to your televisions Antenna Input. NOTE : Check the channel to connect DVD-VCR to your televisions Antenna Input; See page 21. Line Connection Connect an RCA-type audio/video cable (red, white, yellow) from the LINE OUTjacks on the back panel of the DVDVCR to your televisions Line In jacks. Use red for right audio, white for left audio, and yellow for video. NOTE: It is recommended that you use the Line Connection if your TV is equipped with RCA jacks.
Tuner Band Setting
Auto Channel Memory
This feature allows you to manually set the DVD-VCRs tuner band to Antenna or Cable, whichever you connected to the Antenna In jack during initial setup. Use this setting only if Auto Setup detected the incorrect tuner band, i.e. channels are coming in on the wrong channel numbers.
Auto Channel Memory will automatically seek and store all active channels in your area.
Using the up/down and left/right buttons, move the selection cursor to Channel Setup, then press ENTERto select.
Using the up/down and left/right buttons, move the selection cursor to Channel Setup, then press ENTER to select.
Run Auto channel memory
Move the selection arrow to Auto channel memory, then press ENTER to select. The DVD-VCR will automatically search for all available channels in the selected Tuner Band. This procedure may take a few minutes to complete. When finished, the lowest channel found will be displayed.
Channel Setup RETURN ENTER MAIN MENU
Move the selection arrow to Ant/Cable then press right to select from the following options:
Channel Setup RETURN ENTER
Antenna - Indicates that the DVD-VCR is connected to an indoor or outdoor VHF/UHF antenna. Cable TV - Indicates that the DVD-VCR is connected to Cable TV.
CHANNEL SETUP Ant/Cable: [Cable TV] Auto channel memory Channel add/delete
CHANNEL SETUP Ant/Cable: [CABLE TV] Auto channel memory Channel add/delete
CHANNEL SETUP Memorizing Ant/Cable: [Antenna] Auto channel memory Channel add/delete CH 07
. please wait.
RF Output Channel
Use this feature if Auto Channel Search missed a channel that you would like to add, or added a channel you wish to remove.
Using the up/down and left/right buttons, move the selection cursor to Option Setup, then press ENTER to select.
Option Setup RETURN ENTER
Select RF Output Channel
Enter a 4-digit password using the 09 buttons on the remote control. Write your password down, and keep it in a safe place in case you need it to change your settings later.
RETURN Enter Password ____
Select Rating Level
Move the selection bar to Rating Level, then press ENTER to select.
Change Rating Level
Use the up/down to select one of the following ratings: Level 8 Adult Level 4 Level 7 Level 3 Level 6 Level 2 Level 5 Level 1 Kids Safe All ratings above the level you select will also be blocked, e.g., if you block Level 6, then Levels 7 and 8 will also be blocked. Press ENTERto confirm your selection. If you forgot your password, press power on from a cold start with no disc in the unit. Press the REW and F.F buttons simultaneously on the front panel for 5 seconds. The reset ok message will appear. Press the power button and the DVD-VCR will go to the Auto Setup mode. (See page 12)
Use Password Rating Level Change Password Yes 1
RATING LEVEL Level 8 Adult Level 7 Level 6 Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Kids Safe RETURN ENTER
If your A/V receiver is equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder, your DVD-VCR can output Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, but you MUST enable this feature in the menu system to prevent damage to your speakers. NOTE: Select Bitstream ONLY if you have connected a Dolby Digital-equipped A/V receiver to the Digital Output (optical or coaxial) on the DVD-VCR back panel.
If your A/V receiver is equipped with a DTS decoder, your DVDVCR can output DTS digital sound, but you MUST enable this feature in the menu system. NOTE: Select On ONLY if you have connected a DTS-equipped A/V receiver to the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (optical or coaxial) on the DVD-VCR back panel.
Using the up/down and left/right buttons, move the selection cursor to DVD Setup, then press ENTER to select.
Select Audio Options
Move the selection bar to Audio Options, then press ENTERto select.
AUDIO OPTIONS Digital Output DTS Dynamic Compression PCM off on PCM Bitstream
Move the selection bar to DTS, then press right to select from the following options: off - To use your DVD/TV with an A/V receiver NOT equipped with a DTS decoder. on To use your DVD/TV with an A/V receiver equipped with a DTS decoder.
AUDIO OPTIONS Digital Output DTS Dynamic Compression PCM off on Off On
Set Digital Output
Move the selection bar to Digital Output then press the right button to select from the following options: PCM - To use your DVD/TV with an A/V receiver NOT equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder.
Bitstream To use your DVD/TV with an A/V receiver equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder.
TV Aspect Ratio
Dynamic Compression constrains the dynamic range, i.e. the difference between the quietest and loudest passages of a DVD soundtrack. This enables you to limit loud noises, such as explosions, or raise the volume of quiet passages, such as whispering, while watching a movie. This is convenient for viewing movies late at night.
Set the aspect ratio (length x width) of your TV screen so the DVD player will display movies at the appropriate size for your television. Choose from standard, letterbox, or widescreen format.
Set Display Options
Move the selection bar to Display Options, then press ENTERto select.
English English Automatic Unlocked
Set TV Aspect
Move the selection arrow to TV Aspect, then press ENTERto select from the following options: 4:3 Letterbox This method displays the full width of the widescreen movie on a standard 4:3 television. As a result, black bars will appear at the top and bottom of the screen. 4:3 Pan-Scan The familiar way of watching DVD and VHS movies, this method selectively crops (by panning and scanning to keep the most important part of the picture visible) wide screen movies to fit a standard 4:3 television screen. 16:9 Widescreen This method allows you to view the full 16:9 picture on a widescreen television.
Set Dynamic Compression
Move the selection bar to Dynamic Compression, then press right to select from the following options:
AUDIO OPTIONS Digital Output DTS Dynamic Compression PCM off on
On - The total dynamic range of the DVD soundtrack will be compressed, so quiet passages will be louder and loud passages will be softer. Off The original dynamic range will be preserved.
DISPLAY OPTION TV Aspect Black Level Alt Video Out Wide Low Component
TV ASPECT 4:3 Letter Box 4:3 Pan-Scan 16:9 Wide
A/V Receiver Connections
The Black Level feature adjusts the reference level of black in the video signal to one of two choices: Low - Standard NTSC black level. Yields consistent contrast through all sources. High - Enhanced black level, for increased contrast during DVD playback.
To take full advantage of the movie theater experience that DVD offers, you may want to connect your DVD-VCR to a complete Surround Sound system, including an A/V Receiver and six Surround Sound speakers. Before You Begin. If your A/V receiver is equipped with a Dolby Digital Decoder, you have the option to bypass the DVD-VCRs built-in Dolby Digital Decoder. Use the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT connection below.
OR To Digital Audio Input of an A/V Receiver with a Dolby Digital Decoder
Digital Audio Out
Connect EITHER an optical cable OR a digital coaxial cable from the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTjacks on the back panel of the DVD-VCR to their corresponding Digital Audio Input jacks on your A/V Receiver: Optical Coaxial Use whichever connection is available on your A/V Receiver.
DISPLAY OPTION TV Aspect Black Level Alt Video Out Wide Low Component Low High
Set Black Level
Move the selection bar to Black Level, then press right to select from the following options: Low - Standard NTSC reference Black Level for consistent brightness/contrast across all sources. High Enhanced Black Level for increased brightness/contrast when viewing DVDs.
Alt Video Out
If you connected your DVD-VCR to your television using the S-VIDEO OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks, you MUST set the Alt (alternative) Video Out selection in the on-screen menu system. The S-Video or Component Video connection is only for the DVD player. The tuner and VCR will still be viewed through the RF or line outputs.
Select Alt Video Out
Move the selection bar to Alt Video Out, then press right to select from the following options: S-Video Indicates that you are using the S-VIDEO OUTjack on the rear panel to connect to your TV. Component Indicates that you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUTjacks on the rear panel to connect to your TV.
Special Playback Features
During DVD/CD playback you can select from the following special playback options. To resume normal playback, press the (Play/Pause) button.
Press the playback. ll (Play/Pause) button on the remote control during
The picture will pause and the audio will mute. To resume playback, press the ll (Play/Pause) button. If the player is left in Pause mode for 5 minutes, it will stop automatically.
Frame Advance (Step)
While in Still mode, press the F.ADV/SKIP button on the remote control to advance one frame at a time.
Audio is muted during Frame Advance mode. Press ll (Play/Pause) to resume normal playback. NOTE: Frame Advance operates only in the forward direction.
While a CD or DVD disc is in Play mode, press the Skip Forward/Back ( / ) buttons on the remote control or front panel to jump forward and backward through disc chapters/tracks. Skip Forward will jump to the next chapter/track. Skip Back will jump to the beginning of the current chapter/track. Press Skip Back again to jump to the beginning of the previous chapter/track.
While a disc is in Play mode, press and hold the Forward/Back ( / ) buttons on the remote control or front panel to visually search forward/backward at 2X - 4X - 8X - 16X - 32X - 128X speed. Press ll (Play/Pause) button to resume normal speed.
During playback, press the ll (Play/Pause) button to Still the image. Then use the Search Forward ( ) to play in slow motion at variable speeds. Each press increases the slow motion speed playback to 1/8, 1/4 or 1/2 normal speed. Audio is muted during slow motion playback. Front Panel Slow Motion Buttons - Press and hold the Forward buttons on the front panel to activate slow motion playback. Press the ll (Play/Pause) button to resume normal playback.
Press the Stop button once to stop playback. To resume the DVD/CD from the point where the disc stopped, press the ll (Play/Pause) button. Press the s (Stop) button twice to completely stop playback. The next time you press ll (Play/Pause), the disc will start over from the beginning.
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Disc Menu Navigation
Many DVDs feature their own menu systems, where you can select Titles, Chapters, Audio Tracks, Subtitles, and special disc features, such as movie trailers, and information on the cast. Use these buttons to make selections in the Disc menus.
Press to access the DVDs Disc menu, if applicable.
Press , or , to navigate through DVDs Disc menu options. Press up, down, left and right to highlight menu choices.
Press to make your selections in the Disc menu.
Press to access the DVDs Title menu, if applicable.
Screen Fit Playback
During play, press SCREEN FIT button on the remote control. Allows you to eliminate the black bars in the top and bottom of the screen when a movie is playing in the Widescreen format (16:9). Screen Fit will not work when the Zoom mode is active. (you can not remove the black bars on the screen) However, Zoom mode will work when Screen Fit is active.
x Various aspect ratios are available only in multiple screen format discs. x This function does not work when a DVD has been recorded in a multi-camera angle format. x On some DVDs, the black bars cannot be eliminated due to their aspect ratio.
If you press the DISPLAY button during DVD playback, you can view the current Title, Chapter/Track, and counter position. You can also use this screen as shortcut to select any Title, Chapter/Track, or counter position on the disc.
You can zoom in at 2 or 4 times the normal magnification while watching a DVD.
Open Zoom Magnifying Glass
During Playback or STILL mode, press the ZOOM button to display the Magnifying Glass icon on the screen.
View DVD/CD Display
Press the DISPLAY button on the remote control during DVD/CD playback.
Position Magnifying Glass Use the , , , buttons to move the magnifying glass to any
position on the screen you want to zoom.
Press the up/down and left/right buttons to select Title, then press ENTERto change among all available titles on the disc. The TITLE icon will light on the Front Panel Display, followed by the current title number, hours, minutes, and seconds.
Press the ENTER button repeatedly to zoom in at 2X - 4X - 2X and normal magnification.
Select Chapter or Track
Press the up/down and left/right buttons to select Chapter or Track, then press ENTERto change among all available Chapters/Tracks on the disc. The CHAP icon will light on the Front Panel Display, followed by the current title number, hours, minutes, and seconds.
Some DVDs allow you to view the same scene from different perspectives, or angles, while watching a movie. Press the ANGLE button to activate this feature.
Select Counter Position
Press the up/down and left/right buttons to select the counter position indicator, then use the number buttons (0-9) to enter the desired counter position in the format HH:MM:SS (H = Hours, M = Minutes, S = Seconds). Then press ENTERto enter the desired counter position.
Check for Angle Marker
If multiple Angles are available on the DVD, the Angle mark will appear on the screen during playback.
View Angle Options
If the Angle mark is present, press the ANGLE button to view the Angle Selection menu.
Select Screen Angle
Press the up/down buttons to select one of the available screen angles.
Many DVDs provide subtitles in one or more languages. The SUBTITLE button provides a shortcut to view and select these options.
The A-B Repeat function allows you to repeat any segment of a DVD or CD. Simply mark the beginning point (A) and the ending point (B) of the segment you want to review.
Open Subtitle Menu
During playback, press the SUBTITLE button.
Select A-B Repeat Function
In Play mode, press the REPEAT button, then press left/right to select A-B Repeat. A- will highlight when A-B Repeat is selected. NOTE: If you are playing a CD, the menu will display Track in place of Chapter
Set Subtitle Language
Press the up/down buttons to select among all available subtitle languages. Subtitle languages are often represented by abbreviations.
Press the left/right buttons to turn subtitles On or Off. The default subtitle setting is Off. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
Mark the Starting Point
Press the ENTER button at the beginning of the segment you want to repeat (Point A). B will highlight after Point A is selected. NOTE: The minimum AB Repeat time is 5 seconds.
Mark the Ending Point
Press the ENTER button again at the end of the segment you want to repeat (Point B). The segment will begin repeating in a continuous loop.
Cancel A-B Repeat
Press the REPEAT button to open the Repeat Menu, press left/right to highlight Off, then press the ENTER button.
During playback, press the DIGEST button. Youll see the 9 individual windows representing each of the chapters on the TV screen. When each window is displayed, the first 3 seconds of the chapter will be played.
Press the up/down buttons and left/right buttons or NUMBER button to select the window youd like to see, and press ENTER. Up to 9 windows(chapters) can be displayed on the screen at a time. Press for the next 9 chapters if the movie has more than 9.
x You can start playback of the DVD player from the desired chapter. x DIGEST may not operate depending on the disc in use.
You can insert up to three Bookmarks on your DVDs, so you can jump quickly to your favorite scene or song.
You can repeat a single chapter, or repeat a complete title.
Open Repeat Menu
In Play mode, press the REPEAT button to open the Repeat menu. The current Repeat Mode will highlighted.
Open Bookmark Menu
During playback, press the MARK button on the remote control. The Mark header will appear on the screen.
Press the left/right buttons to select Chapter. Chapter will highlight when Chapter Repeat is selected.
Select Bookmark Placeholder
Press the left/right buttons to move to one of the three bookmark placeholders (- - -). The selected placeholder will highlight.
Press the ENTER button to repeat the current chapter/track.
Set the Bookmark
Play the DVD to the scene you want to bookmark, then press the ENTER button. The placeholder will change to a number (1, 2 or 3). You can continue setting up to three bookmarks. When finished, press the MARK button to exit. Depending on the disc, the bookmark function may not work.
Press the left/right buttons to select Title. Title will highlight when Title Repeat is selected.
Press the ENTER button to repeat the title.
During playback, press the MARK button on the remote control. Press the left/right buttons to move to a previously set bookmark. Press the Play/Pause button to play the bookmark. Press the CLEAR button to cancel the bookmark. Press the MARK button again to exit the Bookmark menu.
Many DVDs provide multiple language and audio setup options, such as Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Pro Logic, or LPCM 2 Channel audio. The AUDIO button provides a shortcut to view and select among all available options for a given disc.
Open the Audio Menu
During playback, press the AUDIO button on the remote control.
Select DVD Audio Track
Press the up/down buttons to select the desired language/audio setup on the DVD. Languages are represented by abbreviations; i.e. ESP for espaol.
DVD Random Playback lets the DVD-VCR set a random order for playback of chapters/tracks on a DVD or CD.
Programmed Playback lets you set a custom order for playback of chapters/tracks on a DVD or CD.
Open Playback Mode Menu
In Stop mode, press the MODE button.
While in Stop mode, press the MODE button.
Using the left/right buttons, move the selection bar to PROGRAM then press ENTERto select.
Play MP3 File
Press the ENTER button on the remote control to play the selected song. While the song is playing, you can use the up/down buttons to browse through other folders.
Stop MP3 Selection
Press the s (Stop) button on the remote control to stop playback.
* To ensure proper playback of discs burned from MP3 files, make sure the files have been recorded at a bit rate of at least 128 kbps. * If there are any gaps (blank data) on multi-session discs, you may experience playback problems. * On discs that are recorded with a Variable Bit Rate(VBR), e.g. from 32 to 320 kbps, the sound may cut in and out.
Special VCR Playback Features
3D Audio is an enhanced audio mode that creates the illusion of Surround Sound with only two speakers.
While a videotape is playing, you can enjoy a variety of special playback features, including Still, Frame Advance, Skip, Repeat, and more. Press the Play button again to resume normal playback.
Open 3D Sound Menu
During playback of a DVD, press the 3D SOUND button on the remote control.
From Play mode, press Play/Pause to still a single frame.
Set 3D Sound
Press the up/down buttons to set 3D Sound On or Off, then press the 3D SOUND button to confirm your selection.
From still mode, press SKIP/F.ADV to advance to the next frame.
From Play mode, press F.Forward ( ) or Rewind ( ) to cue/review at two speeds: Picture Search Press and release to advance the tape forward or backward at 5 times normal speed. Jet Search Press and hold to advance the tape forward or backward at 7 times normal speed.
Press the DISPLAY button to see the current status of the VCR deck, as well as the tape counter position and record speed.
From Play mode, press Skip/F.ADV to cue ahead exactly 30 seconds. Press Skip repeatedly up to 4 times to cue ahead 2 minutes.
From Play mode, press Repeat to review the last 5 seconds of tape (SP mode).
From Play mode, Shuttle >> gradually increases the cue speed from Double-Speed playback to Picture Search to Jet Search. Shuttle << gradually slows down the tape, then goes into Slow mode, Still mode, Reverse Picture Search and Reverse Jet Search.
The Tracking adjustment removes the white lines that sometimes appear during playback because of slight differences in recording decks. The TRK button will automatically align the recorded tracks with the playback heads to solve this problem. You may also set tracking manually.
Adjust Tracking Manually
During playback, press the TRK white lines out of the picture. or TRK buttons to move the
Scan and play: press [ ] or [ ] Go to [0:00:00]: Press [ ] End search: Press [ ]
Scan and play
Use scan and play when you dont know exactly where a program is located on a cassette tape. Press right arrow for forward scan or left arrow for reverse scan. The display will show Scan and Play. When an index mark is found, the VCR plays for about five seconds. Press the PLAY button to view that program. If you dont press PLAY, the VCR automatically searches for the next index, or until the end of the tape is reached.
Go to 0:00:00 stop
Use this feature when you want to search for the 0:00:00 counter position on a cassette. Press the CLEAR button at the point on the tape where you want to set the counter to 0:00:00. Later, while a cassette is stopped, press up arrow button. The VCR will rewind or fast forward, searching for the 0:00:00 counter position, and then automatically stop at that position.
Use this feature when you want to search for a blank position to record a program on a cassette. While a cassette is stopped, press down arrow button. The VCR will fast forward, searching for a blank position, and then automatically stop at that position. If the VCR reaches the end of the tape during end search, the tape will be ejected.
Special Recording Features
You can record a TV show in progress by inserting a blank tape and pressing the REC button. You can even add time in 30-minute increments up to 4 hours by pressing the REC button repeatedly; see page 48. NOTE: Be sure you videotape has a Record Safety Tab. If the tab is missing, you can cover the opening with a small piece of tape. Warning: Do not cover this opening unless you are sure you want to record over the tape.
While a recording is in progress, you can watch a different channel, watch a DVD, or add recording time in 30-minute increments.
Press the ll (Play/Pause) button. Press REC again to resume.
Press the STOP button.
Before You Begin.
Watch a Different Channel
Press the TV/VCR button on the remote to switch to your TV tuner, then select a different channel on your television.
Power on the DVD-VCR Power on the TV Set the TV to channel 3 or 4.
To Watch a DVD
Insert a DVD in the DVD deck and press Play. The output will automatically change to the DVD.
Insert a blank VHS tape into the VCR deck. Make sure the tape is long enough to record the entire program. To change the Recording Speed, see page 49.
Add Recording Time
See One-Touch Recording (OTR) on the next page.
Select a Channel to Record
Use the 09 buttons or the Channel Up/Down arrow buttons to select the desired channel, or press the INPUT SEL. button to select Line 1 or 2 if recording from an external device connected to the front or rear Line inputs, respectively.
Press the REC button on the remote control or front panel. For options while recording is in progress, see Special Recording Features on the next page.
Recording from the DVD player to the VCR is not possible.
One-Touch Recording (OTR)
How to Set a Timer Recording
One-Touch Recording (OTR) allows you to add recording time in 30-minute increments up to 4 hours at the touch of a button.
Insert a blank tape with a Record Safety Tab into the VCR deck. The Timer Recording Feature allows you to program up to 8 events at a time to record up to a month in advance. Set the TV to channel 3 or 4. Before You Begin. Power on the DVD-VCR Power on the TV
Follow the instructions on page 46 to begin recording.
While in Record mode, press the REC button again to activate One-Touch Recording (OTR). Record length 0:30 appears on the On-Screen Display and the DVD-VCR will record for exactly 30 minutes.
Set Timer Recording RETURN ENTER
With the DVD in stop mode, press the SETUP button or press the TIMER button.
0:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 3:00 4:00
Continue pressing REC to add recording time in 30 minute increments up to 4 hours. The DVD-VCR stops recording automatically when the time has elapsed.
Using the up/down and left/right buttons, move the selection cursor to Set Timer Recording, then press ENTERto select.
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You can enjoy stereo sound when watching movies and TV shows by connecting your DVD-VCR to your home stereo system or stereo TV.
Connect DVD-VCR to Stereo
Connect RCA cables from the Line Out Left & Right Audio jacks on the back panel of the DVD-VCR to the Auxiliary Inputs on your stereo receiver. If you are using a stereo television, connect the Video Output as well.
Connect S-VIDEO OUTto TV
Connect an S-Video cable from the S-VIDEO OUTon the back panel of the DVD-VCR to the S-Video Input on your television.
Set Stereo to Auxiliary Mode
Set your stereo receiver or television to Aux or Tape, whichever selects the line input for your particular device.
To Component Video Input on Your TV
Play a Tape
Insert a DVD or Hi-Fi stereo videotape in your system and adjust the volume on your stereo receiver or television. You should hear the audio through your stereo speakers. If you still do not hear stereo sound after inserting Hi-Fi stereo video tape, press the Audio button until Hi-Fi appears on the on-screen display.
Connect Component Video Out to TV
Connect a component video cable from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(Y, Pb, Pr) on the back panel of the DVD-VCR to the Component Video Input on your television.
Connect Audio Out (DVD only)
Connect RCA audio cables from the Left/Right Line Out jacks on the back panel of the DVD/VCR to the Left/Right Audio Line In jacks on your television.
To Left/Right Audio Inputs on Your TV
You must use these Line Out jacks when connecting the DVDVCR to your TV with the S-Video or Component Video Output. Please refer to Alt Video Out on page 31 to activate your connection.
Monitor TV Connections
Connecting Other Video Equipment
Monitor-style televisions offer improved sound and picture over regular televisions because they receive the audio and video signals directly from the DVD-VCR through the line inputs. NOTE: A monitor television is not the same as a computer monitor.
Connect VCR to Monitor TV
Connect RCA cables from the Audio/Video Line Out jacks on the back panel of the DVD-VCR to the Audio/Video Line Inputs of your monitor TV.
You can connect a wide variety of audio/video equipment to your DVD-VCR, including: An additional VCR Laser Disc Player DVD Player Camcorder Satellite Receiver Video Game Since all of these devices use essentially the same connections, they will be described together.
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Frank M. Culotta
ymco is proud to announce that we now represent Zenith Plasma, LCD and Commercial products to all Business and Industry resellers. Utilizing Faroudja award winning s DCDi technology and Sage scan cons version technology, Zenith offers a superior and diverse plasma lineup.at some of the best prices. They offer the best priced 60 panel on the market, a hi-resolution 50 (1366x768), a great priced 42 and the largest 4x3 aspect ratio plasma on the market.40. All models have onboard amplifiers and
optional speakers. The 60, 50 and 42 also incorporate Twin PIP and split screen (side-by-side) capabilities. Zenith also has an impressive lineup of hi-res rear-projection monitors. This lineup is lead by the D60WLD.a thin (only 17 deep), hi-res (1280 X 720P) rear projection set. Your customers can now get a plasma-like, hires data or video 60 image at a fraction of the cost of plasma. In addition to their plasma and rear projection units, Zenith has an impressive lineup of LCD Panels (many with built-in
tuners), CRT monitors, Progressive Scan Data Monitors, and consumer DVD and audio products. Please check out all the exciting Zenith products at
By Greg Cancel
utting edge technology has taken projection screens light years into the future where images are as sharp in total daylight as they are in darkness. The superb functionality & engineering of Reversa screens is matched by stunning design. The screen sleek profile and s feather weight combined with extreme durability offers a versatility other screens can match. t Unique Light Projection Technology (LPT) means that perfect image clarity in total daylight is now a reality in rear screen technology for the first time. Unlike traditional fabric screens, the optical properties of the screen are internal. Made of an acrylic polymer it does not crease or rip & can be wiped clean in seconds. No fresnel or lenticular to worry about scratching. No special installation instructions. No annoying squares to look at. Even projecting off axis is no problem for Reversa. It
is tough enough to stand drink spills & reasonable impact without a problem. Because it so durable s and extremely lightweight, the screen is very portable. Whether ceiling or frame mounted Reversa screens can be installed in minutes to impress any audience. Reversa screens are Ideal for: ? ? Point-of-Sale ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? Boardroom Presentations Video Walls Concert Projection Retail Window Displays Reception Areas Trade Shows
at a gain of 8.3 & 165 degree viewing angle. The Eclipse is a mid contrast screen with a gain of 6.0, & the Eclipse II offers the highest contrast and a gain of 5.0. The flexibility of the Reversa Screens allows them to be used either with a hanging kit, bespoke frame and matching projector stand, or in whatever way you can imagine. Reversa opens up a world of projection opportunities. The only limitation is your own imagination.
Reversa screens come in three different gains & optical tints. The Reversa Screen is the brightest and is extremely tolerant of ambient light
senter. Features Narayan like this, along Video Presenter Kaimal w i t h aggreshe evolution of the document sive pricing camera continues as Samsung will make introduces the SDP-950DX digithis docutal document camera. Built on the sucment camcess of the revolutionary SVP-6000 and era a staple the SDP-900, this new document camera for integrafrom Samsung includes the features that t o r s. made its predecessors popular, along These presenters are intended for with many improvements that will business conference presentations, change how people use document cammedical and scientific research eras in the future. According to John B. and have applications in the Nesbitt, Vice President of Samsung s courts and the military, said Electronic Imaging Division, Research Nesbitt. He added that because has shown us that what was needed in the they are both PC and Mac compresentation marketplace was an affordpatible, they also appeal to the able product that was user-friendly, comeducational market. Samsung has pact, and lightweight. Samsung has adcreated 2 models of the 950. The dressed all of these issues with the new ST has all the features listed SDP-950ST and SDP-950DX. Each unit above while some of the features is easy to carry and weighs only twelve in the DX version include, Image pounds. The SDP-950DX features a rotation in 90 degree increments 40% smaller footprint to fit every po(90, 180, 270, 360), Storage and dium, and an attached mouse, which lets recall of 8 images in RAM, 3 x 3 the instructor annotate and highlight on image preview, 8 user presets and the display. Auto focus, simpler front a custom carrying case. With the panel controls, and a 2-year warranty image rotation you can now disare all new for this digital preBy
Samsung New s SDP-950DX
play all of an 8 x 11 page and orient it for either left or right handed presenters. This document camera is an easy and convincing unit to demo for end users, and can add value to any video teleconferencing room and rental pool. List prices for the SDP-950DX is $3,600, while the SDP-950ST is $2,750. Be sure to contact your SYMCO representative for information on Samsung dealer programs. Ess pecially Samsung extraordis nary new sales contest where you can win numerous prizes including the grand prize a $6,000.00 American Express travel voucher to be awarded for a dream vacation.anywhere in the world! There is no limit to the number of times you can be entered. The more you sell, the better your odds! Points will be awarded based on Dealer invoice dollar amounts. Awarded Technology Winner in Digital World and received highest honors from Presentations Magazine.
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By Vince Faville
onsidering installing a simple, affordable A/V System? SP Controls SmartPanel is everything you need to control today's presentation environment: A foolproof interface, easy installation and straightforward control of secondary devices, such as lifts, screens and switchers. The bright electroluminescent panels and LEDs ensure that it's always obvious what the system is doing even in the dark. Straightforward automation is the name of the game. Right out of the box, the Panel can control peripherals such as switchers, powered screens, and lifts through seven configurable relays. No more programming or wrestling
to capture infrared signals in the field! The SmartPanel can be configured in seconds using the free configuration utility. SP Controls takes the guesswork out of projector control by writing custom drivers for every projector and device they support. The SmartPanel goes anywhere you want: on a desk, under a table, in a podium, or in the wall so your installations are the best they can be. The SmartPanel control system simplifies the operation of today's powerful, complex projectors by giving presenters the best of both worlds: the impact of modern projection technology with the simplicity of a light switch. The SmartPanel was developed by SP Controls in 1996 for Stanford University. It was the answer to their request for an
easy-to-use, intuitive interface that would allow a professor to walk into a room and simply push a button to access and operate highly sophisticated and complex audio-visual tools. SmartPanel technology is now being utilized by Fortune 1000 corporations and learning institutions throughout the United States. For more information give SYMCO a call or check online at
if both are hooked up), audio inputs (RCA jacks for the video audio, and s a mini jack for the computer audio), Projectors USB out for mouse control, 3W mono Rock! By speaker, carry case, hook-up cables Jon Robertson and wireless remote with mouse control. When it comes to unique feanfocomm, 2002, saw the debut tures, the V1, X2 and X2+ offer volof very few new projector ume control on the projector. This is a lines. One new line that re- great feature for those users who are ceived a great deal of attention was not well versed in the use of the wireLuxeon. Luxeon is a manufacturer less remote. Luxeon also offers their of low-cost, feature-rich, projectors, exclusive color manager: presets for geared for the education, B & I and PC vs. Mac, graphics vs. video. These government markets. These projec- units also offer 4:3 and 16:9 aspect tors excel in bright images, with ratio, keystone, tracking and frequency both SVGA and XGA models. control, projection mode and auto Luxeon is currently marketing three power off. Luxeon is definitely makexciting models: the V1 LCD, ing a statement in the school market. 1000 lumen, SVGA, MSRP $1995. While a great many of the school disThe X2 LCD, 1200 lumens, XGA, tricts have already made their choices MSRP $3995, and the X2+ - LCD, before Luxeon was introduced to the 1500 lumens, XGA, MSRP $4495. market, those schools not having made All these models have the following decisions are selecting Luxeon over in common: 7.2 lbs, loop-through the more traditional lines, due to it s VGA, video and S-video inputs pricing structure, feature sets and im(both video inputs work when both age quality. Some schools are buying are hooked up, unlike some projec- Luxeon off-schedule, as the features tors that will only select the S-video and cost allow the school a better fea-
ture set at the same cost of the onschedule projector, or are saving budget funds for a projector of a similar specification. Even PTA and s other parent-supported organizations are looking to Luxeon, for the same reasons: features and cost! But Luxeon is not neglecting the portability market: Luxeon has also introduced the Z5, our first DLP offering. This projector, while also geared for the same markets as the LCD models, is also being marketed to the SOHO (small office, home office) market. Luxeon is not forgetting the install market either. The next projector to be released will be a 2800 lumen, XGA model. This model is due out late Q3 or early Q4. Luxeon has plans to release additional SVGA models, to continue support of this market, when other manufacturers are looking to abandon the SVGA market. Luxeon is also going to continue to grow their XGA offerings as well, in Q4 of this year and Q1 of 2003. Look to Luxeon to be a price and feature leader in the months ahead.
Samsung Combo DVD/VCR Players
Samsung DVD-V2000 is a unique solution that brings new s convenience and world-class performance to your home entertainment system. The advanced 4 head HiFi VCR section includes a complete MTS stereo audio system and HQ video circuitry for superior video recordings off the air and a unique circuit that allows playback of S-Video format tapes that may be in your video library.
Call SYMCO for details.
Samsung SyncMaster LCD s
The advanced functionality of this digital/analog monitor, with a full 18" viewable display and an incredibly thin bezel side measuring only 0.7" thick. Feel the power of Samsung's superior technology at work with precision control capabilities, colors that sparkle, and images that pop with life-like clarity. Experience a revolution in multimedia technology when you connect to a 181T display. The SyncMaster 181T delivers dual video input with analog and digital capabilities for the sharpest, highest quality video images possible. Available in various sizes.
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